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Triptych Bankside London Building News

12 May 2022
Commercial space lettings for Triptych Bankside
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Triptych Bankside London Development
Highlighting the strong demand seen recently for space at the game changing Triptych Bankside development, one of the most striking schemes on the central London skyline, over 25,000 sq ft has been let by developer JTRE London in the commercial building at One Triptych Place. The deals are the first commercial signings at the Southbank development.

2 + 1 February 2022

Design Architect: Squire & Partners; interior design: Cocovara

£400m mixed-use scheme

Triptych Bankside sees surge in luxury apartment sales

Triptych Bankside London Property

Triptych Bankside London

Tuesday 1 February 2022 – JTRE London, the developer of Triptych Bankside, one of the most striking mixed-use schemes on the central London skyline, has marked the start of the New Year by securing luxury apartment sales totalling £36.5m.

New River Thames luxury flats in central London

The deals were secured off the back of three spectacular show flats, unveiled in October, that emphasise the quality of the finishes, highlight the generous room sizes and spotlight the design by Knightsbridge-based Cocovara, an award-winning company focused on luxurious, elegant settings. Located on London’s Southbank, one of the capital’s most appealing and sought-after areas, the development provides residents with spectacular views across London’s distinctive panorama including the River Thames, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London financial district.

New River Thames luxury flats in London Triptych Bankside London luxury flats

Nigel Fleming, Sales & Marketing Director of JTRE London, said: “Triptych Bankside is ideally located for The City, West End and is in the heart of a vibrant cultural quarter. With completion scheduled for later this year, buyers who have been tracking the development are moving quickly to secure their favoured units. This coincides with overseas buyers, particularly those from Hong Kong, returning to the UK market, eager to buy. Put together, it’s clear to see why Triptych Bankside is attracting so many potential buyers. This is setting the scheme apart from many others in London at this time.”

Triptych Bankside Property central London

Designed by internationally acclaimed architects Squire & Partners, the £400 million development is made up of three distinctive sweeping towers, with 169 luxury apartments in two blocks, 80,000 sq ft of prime grade A commercial space in a nine-storey building, plus 9,900 sq ft of retail.

apartment sitting room:
River Thames luxury apartment sitting-room

Attractions include balconies with every apartment, plus multiple private lounges, games room, large gym, private in-house cinema, communal landscaped gardens and co-workspace. The apartments are a short walk from London Bridge station and next to Tate Modern art gallery, Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, the renowned culinary hotspot at Borough Market and the Millennium Bridge.

Triptych Bankside London luxury apartments

Nina Coulter, Director of Savills, added: “Triptych has some of the most striking show apartments in the market at the moment, proven with the sales rate since their launch in October. JTRE’s strategy of dressing not just one apartment but a full range has meant that all buyers can view a property that suits their needs.”

apartment bedroom:
Triptych Bankside London luxury apartment bedroom

Josh Ayres, Senior Director of Strutt and Parker, commented: “The combination of Triptych Bankside’s stunning new show apartments and state-of-the-art Grandpano sales tool has proven a real hit with buyers both domestically and internationally since their launch in October. This coupled with the building taking form, as it nears completion, has given purchasers real confidence in the quality of apartments on offer, resulting in the recent surge in sales.”

Triptych Bankside building central London

JTRE London was founded in September 2019 by one of Central Europe’s leading property developers J&T Real Estate, which is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary. The Slovakia headquartered firm has real estate projects in nine countries having developed and managed some 10 million sq ft of space with a GDV of over £1.4bn.

Prices at Triptych Bankside start from £790,000 for a studio apartment. Residential agents are Savills and Strutt & Parker; Bh2 and Savills are marketing the commercial space.

apartment kitchen:
Triptych Bankside London luxury apartment kitchen


Real Estate Digital

The sales success has been partly boosted by an innovative virtual property viewing system, Real Estate Digital (RE Digital) from Grandpano, being used for the first time in the UK. The system allows a potential buyer, from anywhere in the world, to walk through any apartment, individually, and appreciate the layout and finishes, including a detailed view of London from any specific balcony.

Triptych Bankside London luxury apartment property

About JTRE London

Established in September 2019, JTRE London is a real estate developer focused on significant development opportunities in prime central London. With two projects under construction in London, the company is looking to fast track its presence in the market by securing additional sites, including mixed-use, office and residential-led schemes.

· JTRE London’s flagship UK development, Triptych Bankside, is a £400 million mixed-use scheme at 185 Park Street, SE1. When completed, the development will provide 87,000 sq ft of office space, 9,900 sq ft of retail and 169 residential units. It is scheduled for completion in 2022.

· 94-116 Southwark Park Road, JTRE London’s second scheme under construction, is going to be the location for a new United St Saviour’s Charity development consisting of 57 self-contained apartments designed for retirement housing.

· With the acquisition of London residential property developer, Sons & Co, in spring 2020, JTRE London now has a team with 30 years’ experience of delivering landmark projects in prime central London.

· JTRE London is the UK arm of central Europe’s leading real estate company, JTRE. Founded in 1996, JTRE now has over 300 employees with offices in Slovakia, Czech Republic and the UK, and experience with projects in nine countries.

The multi award-winning developer has completed more than 50 developments in Europe. JTRE has developed over 10 million sq ft of commercial and residential space with a GDV of over €1.6 billion. The company has a further €1.5 billion worth of planned projects in the pipeline in central Europe and the UK.

apartment bathroom:
River Thames luxury apartment bathroom

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